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31. 2018 Darwin Award: Mammoth Morons
Today's Group Darwin Award is for the males of the Woolly Mammoth species, Mammuthus primigenius, an elephant species extinct for about 10,000 years... in part due to the males' penchant for fossilization...
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32. 1999 Darwin Award: Love Crushed Sex
Okeechobee County investigators believe the death of Bryan, 28, was related to his wife's habit of stomping rabbits and mice for sexual pleasure. Stephanie, 29, was sentenced to two years of probation and community s
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33. At-Risk Survivor: Go With the Floe
Denis, described as a 'woodsman,' was previously nominated for an At-Risk Survivor when, hoping to adopt a bear cub as a pet, he stole 'Buddy Bear' from its snarling mother and dragged it behind his jet-ski to sub
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34. 2007 Darwin Award WINNER: The Enema Within
Texas | Michael was an alcoholic. And not an ordinary alcoholic, but an alcoholic who liked to take his liquor, well, rectally. His wife said he was 'addicted to enemas' and often imbibed alcohol in this manner...
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35. 2001 Darwin Award: Fifteen Minutes of Flame
A literary agent found himself dazed and patting out flames when he arrived at a two-alarm house fire equipped with a sandwich, a bullhorn, whiskey and a lawnchair. He settled into his seat perched on the roof
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36. 2000 Darwin Award: Shorties: Stupid Human Tricks
Stupid Human Tricks: Robert, 37, shot himself while explaining gun safety to his wife in Glendale, California, when he placed a .45-caliber pistol he thought was unloaded under his chin and pulled the trigger. Shovestall's wi
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37. 2000 Urban Legend: What's Shakin'?
A mate's mate --- in other words, a builder -- was working on a construction job with an apprentice electrician. The builder was wearing a pair of worn-out blunnies on his feet, with holes in the toes. A r
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38. 2000 Urban Legend: Lobster Vasectomy
This tale proves that crime does pay, if you're fishing for elective surgery to go along with your stolen goods. A 24-year-old supermarket shoplifter stuffed five lobsters in his pants and sprinted for the door, but
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39. 2005 Darwin Award: Death Valley Daze
Robert, 35, was eager to hang out with the nudists at the Palm Springs campground in a part of Death Valley where temperatures reached 136 degrees. The track was rough but passable until he was lured into the Sali
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40. 1878 Darwin Award: Murderous Affair
Regarding Douglas H. Baxter's great-great-great-grandmother's uncle, William Padgett. The first article sets the stage, the second details his innovative way of killing himself. William, better know as Old Bill Padget, appeared before Justice Brown Saturday, charged with attempting to discharge a loaded gun with intent
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